There’s nothing like the post spring break tan. With a busy college schedule, finding time to layout to keep your glow is nearly impossible. The desire to maintain a sun kissed complexion may make you look to tanning beds for help. Though self-tanning methods have a notorious reputation for making your skin look orange and streaky, they are not all bad. Not to mention, much healthier than tanning beds. To choose the right sunless tanner you must decide exactly how dark you want to go.
If you are looking to add just a little color to make you skin look more radiant, a bronzer like Bare Minerals Faux Tan is your best bet. Use a large makeup brush to apply it onto your face and neck.
For something a little more permanent, use a self-tanning lotion like Jergens Natural Glow. You can apply it daily all over your body. You should see results after about two uses. Once you reach your desired skin color, stop using it and resume again once you notice it fading.
Spray tans are great for a dark tan. Choosing a clear spray tan for first timers is the best option. You will notice the results of your spray tan a few hours after you are sprayed. Remember, none of these methods are permanent. Don’t be afraid to try them! If you are not happy with you sunless tan, using baby oil or an exfoliating scrub will help to make it fade.
By: Natalie Hernandez
RTRCampusGirl has 208 post(s) on RTR On Campus